Manchester United are willing to triple the wages of a top star in a bid to keep him, while PSG are ready to pay £100m for a Tottenham midfielder, all in Thursday’s papers.
MAN UTD TO OFFER HUGE INCENTIVE IN BID TO KEEP RASHFORD
Manchester United are reportedly poised to open contract talks with striker Marcus Rashford.
The Red Devils are keen to hand the England frontman a bumper new deal in a bid to secure his long-term future at Old Trafford, according to the report in the Daily Star.
Fears have been mounting that the 20-year-old could be looking to quit the club this summer after failing to win a regular starting spot under Jose Mourinho.
But the report states that United have no intention of selling the player and will give him a significant pay rise on the £25,000-a-week deal he signed back in 2-016 when he first burst onto the scene.
Rashford’s current contract runs out in 2020 and United executive vice chairman Ed Woodward is looking to negotiate a new one that could see him triple his wages.
The forward has started just two of United’s last seven games and like Anthony Martial has found himself affected by the arrival of Alexis Sanchez at Old Trafford.
Rashford is expected to seek assurances that he will have a bigger role going forward before penning his new contract.
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AND THE REST
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to make a £100m move for Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen this summer (Daily Express)
West Ham’s owners face being frozen out of the Leicester boardroom this weekend as a bizarre feud continues (Daily Mirror)
Antonio Conte is ready to go into battle with Chelsea over the final year of his £9m-a-year contract (Daily Mirror)
Everton boss Sam Allardyce received a warm reception from fans at the club’s awards dinner last night (Daily Mirror)
Southampton are set to ship Sofiane Boufal back to France to join Nice after a bust-up with Mark Hughes (Daily Mirror)
Burnley are lining up a £6m move for Bristol City’s English left-back Joe Bryan (Daily Mirror)
Chris Wilder is incoming Sunderland owner Stewart Donald’s No1 target to replace Chris Coleman (The Sun)
Rafa Benitez will demand written assurances on transfer plans before he signs a new long-term deal at Newcastle (The Sun)
Filipe Luis is ready to help Atletico Madrid dump Arsenal out of the Europa League after making a remarkable recovery from a broken leg (The Sun)
Chelsea want £10m for Dutch midfielder Marco van Ginkel, 25, who has played just 11 minutes of Premier League football (Football.London)
West Brom are set to make official approaches for Dean Smith and Michael Appleton as they ramp up their search for a new head coach (Daily Telegraph)
Diego Costa is ready to return to Atletico Madrid’s starting line-up on Thursday night and resume his volatile past history with Arsenal (Daily Telegraph)
Wolves’ squad will land an £8m bonus after clinching promotion to the Premier League (Daily Telegraph)
Burnley want to sign Bristol City’s utility man Joe Bryan in a £6million deal (Daily Telegraph)
Jose Mourinho is ready to play Anthony Martial more as a central striker next season if the Frenchman stays (Daily Mail)
Dele Alli’s status as English football’s pin-up boy will be underlined next week when he makes his first moves into the world of fashion (Daily Mail)
N’Golo Kante wants to stay at Chelsea even if they miss out on Champions League football amid interest from PSG (Daily Mail)
Claude Puel may have just one more game to save his job at Leicester with club officials furious at their latest defeat (The Times)
Celtic keeping PSG’s Odsonne Edouard next season is now in the hands of the club, says Brendan Rodgers (Daily Record)
Rangers chief Dave King is looking for fresh backing after two boardroom members resigned on Wednesday (Daily Record)